Host scanning in IPv6 Networks
oscar.vives at gmail.com
Tue Apr 24 09:20:10 CDT 2012
On 20 April 2012 17:16, Owen DeLong <owen at delong.com> wrote:
>> exec ?
>> exceed ?
> Not a lot of x's in hexidecimal numbers outside of C-style formatting (0xnnnn).
> IPv6 addresses are not generally notated in said style and certainly don't include said x in a suitable context for that to be part of a dictionary attack.
> However, he also left out the common use of 7(t), 6/9(g), 1/7(I/L/T), 2(Z), 5(S), and 0(O).
> c is also often substituted for k (as in face:b00c).
Sorry. I did a quick filter of the openoffice dictionary file. seems
that I made a ugly mistake :-/
I have made a [0-9] to [aeioutnshrdlcmwf] conversor.
This convert a decimal number into a "hexadecimal" number not using
the [0-9A-F] table, but the [aeioutnshrdlcmwf] table. The
aeioutnshrdlcmwf table may allow a big number of numbers have a
existing word of expression.
Using this conversor, 123442553445523 is the word NaouuScuch.
ℱin del ℳensaje.
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